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“Club (spined) lizard” from Late Cretaceous Mongolia. Its name is said to come from Greek baktron, “rod, staff, club”. The name Bactrosaurus is often misinterpreted as “Bactrian lizard”; however, ancient Bactria was in southwest Asia, far from Chinese Inner Mongolia where the original fossil was found. Named by U. S. paleontologist Charles Whitney Gilmore in 1933.

Dinosaur using its special weapon to knock out a Rex.

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